When I received the Revlon Lip Wardrobe, I had no idea Revlon had so many different formulas for their lip products as I’ve never really looked into their lip product range. I used to love the Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butters and I was gutted when they got discontinued, but the Revlon HD Gel Lip Colors are the closet alternative to the Lip Butters and I’ve featured a couple on my blog previously. Depending on whether you like a glossy, matte or metallic lip, there’s a product within the Revlon Lip Wardrobe for you..
Revlon ColorStay Lipliners
Starting with lip liners to perfect the outline of your lips, the Revlon ColorStay Lipliners are available in six different shades and are £6.29 each. From the range I have the shades Plum (a deep pink rather than plum) and Nude (a warm toned brown) but I’m sure I have the shade Blush somewhere within my lipliner drawer. The Revlon lip lines are retractable style lip liners with a sharpener within the base, and are part of their ColorStay range.
The liners provide longwearing definition, help lip colours to last longer and prevent any feathering and bleeding too. They’re very smooth and creamy lip liners, with the top swatch of both shades being just one swipe of the lip liner; they don’t drag the lips, and they’re easy to use to outline the lips as well as colour them in.
Revlon HD Gel Lip Colors
I have a couple of the Revlon HD Gel Lip Colors already within my collection so I already know and love the formula. There an impressive 15 different shades and I have Pink Cloud (medium pink) and Sand (peachy nude) which are both super wearable everyday shades. They have almost a balmy consistency which is comfortable on the lips, and although they’re not the most longlasting lip product they’re still one I reach for frequently as I like how easy they are to wear and their glossy finish as I much prefer a glossy lip to a matte lip but I know I’m in the minority.
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipsticks
The Revlon Super Lustrous Lipsticks are their original lipstick formula, but they’ve recently introduced some new shades to the range with now 43 different shades and are £7.99 each. The Super Lustrous Lipsticks are formulated with microfine pigments for high-impact colour, and they have a smooth and creamy consistency which are like a more pigmented version of the HD Gel Lip Colours as they both have a glossy finish on the lips although these last longer on the lips.
Bombshell Red is a pinky toned red, Bare Affair is such a fantastic nude shade for my skintone and Naughty Plum is a brown toned plum but I’ve already got Blushing Mauve, Pink Cognito and Demure so I’m happy to add a trio of new shades to my collection.
Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lip Color
There are now two different formulas of the Ultra HD Matte Lip Colors in the Revlon Lip Wardrobe – the standard matte, and the Metallic formula. Described as being a lightweight, high definition velvety formula with a 100% wax free, gel formula and I’ve featured the Seduction shade on my blog previously. I have two of the metallic shades; Shine which is a metallic brown and Gleam which is a metallic peach.
I really love Gleam as I love nude shades, but Shine is a little too 80’s for my liking but it’s a multi-dimensional and very pretty for a metallic matte. I personally prefer the original formula as I just don’t think I can pull of metallic lips, but I love that Revlon has ventured into metallic lip products.
I’d love to know if you’ve tried any of the products within the Revlon Lip Wardrobe? Do you have any favourite shades?
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